How to Buy Tokyo Disneyland Tickets

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A familiar roadblock to many people buying Tokyo Disneyland tickets in the United States and some other parts of the world is the Tokyo Disney Resort’s official website not accepting foreign credit cards for ticket purchases. Some cards do work, but most will fail when trying to finalize the transaction.

Thankfully easily and securely sells tickets for Tokyo Disneyland, DisneySea, and many other destinations in Japan. What’s Their website describes it with the following text: ““Klook” is a funny name, you’re thinking. Well it comes from “Keep Looking” – and that’s exactly what we like to do here at Klook: Keep Looking for the best things to do for all travellers.” They’re similar to other popular trip planning/booking websites like Priceline, Kayak, and the rest. Klook is also 100% safe and trustworthy, just like those other sites.

Buy tickets to Tokyo Disneyland, Universal Studios Japan, train tickets, and anything else in Japan easily and securely using Klook:

How to buy Tokyo Disney Resort Tickets in the US and other parts of the world:

Step 1: To start off, use our link to visit’s Tokyo Disney Resort ticket page.

Step 2: Select which park you want to go to, Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea. Be sure to select the correct park. You can not change this later.

Step 3: Select the date of your visit. Be sure to select the correct date. This also can’t be changed later. Also it’s worth mentioning that Tokyo Disney Resort tickets vary by date.

Step 4: Go to your cart and pay. It’s that easy. You can also add multiple tickets for different dates, as well as tickets for other destinations in Japan in your cart and check out all at once.

Tokyo Disneyland Tickets can be purchased at any of Tokyo Disney Resort ticket booths in front of Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, but you run the risk of the park selling out on the day you’re trying to visit. This does happen often, especially during the summer so it’s much safer to buy your tickets in advance. If you live outside of Japan, and purchase your tickets from home, your only option will be to print out the tickets, so be sure you have a printer with plenty of ink available. TDR recommends printing tickets on non-standard A4 size paper, but I’ve printed tickets using regular sized paper with no problem (your mileage may vary).

1-Day Tokyo Disney Resort tickets vary depending on the day of the week or time of the year. Check calendar on the Tokyo Disney Resort Online Reservation & Tickets website to see what the prices are during your visit.

A reminder, ticket dates cannot be changed, so if you’re going April 15 your ticket will only be valid April 15. Multiday tickets are currently not being sold for Tokyo Disney Resort. 

Current Tokyo Disney Resort Ticket Prices:

1-Day Passport

  • Adult (Ages 18+) 7,900 yen – 10,900 yen
  • Junior (Ages 12-17) 6,600 yen – 9,000 yen
  • Child (Ages 4-11) 4,700 yen – 5,600 yen

Early Evening Passport (Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea can be enjoyed from 3:00 p.m. on weekends and holidays with this ticket.)

  • Adult 6,500 yen – 8,700 yen
  • Junior 5,300 yen – 7,200 yen
  • Child 3,800 yen – 4,400 yen

Weeknight Passport (Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea can be enjoyed from 5:00 p.m. on weekdays (excluding holidays) with this ticket.)

  • Adult 4,500 yen – 6,200 yen
  • Junior 4,500 yen – 6,200 yen
  • Child 4,500 yen – 6,200 yen

Use a Travel Credit Card and Earn Points

The credit card we recommend for travel is the Chase Sapphire Preferred, which has no foreign transaction fees and earns you 2 points on dining and travel per $1 spent, as well as 1 point per $1 spent on everything else. When you redeem points through Chase Ultimate Rewards portal they’re worth 25% more, and you can also transfer them at a 1:1 rate to many other loyalty programs. There is a $95 yearly fee (which is waved for the first year), but if you travel more than a couple times a year the points you earn more than make up for it. We can’t say enough good things about this card. Use our affiliate link to sign up and see if there’s any point bonuses.

The Klook links in this post are affiliate links, but I also have used Klook every single time I’ve visited Japan since 2014. Hopefully this post has helped you and good luck with your Tokyo Disneyland trip planning!